Hôtel Abbaye du Golf de Lésigny is part of Group Vocation.
Established in 1989, Groupe Vocation is a family office, which manage hotels and conference rooms:
- Espaces Vocation Haussmann Saint Lazare, a conference room locations in Paris
- Ibis Styles Paris Masséna Olympiades, a 96-room hotel located in Paris
- Best Western Marseille Bonneveine Prado, a 69-room hotel with a restaurant, a swimming-pool and conference rooms located in Marseille, near the beaches
- Hôtel Abbaye du Golf de Lésigny, a 47-room hotel with a restaurant and conference rooms, located 35 minutes from Paris on a golf course
ESPACE VOCATION HAUSSMANN SAINT-LAZARE is located between the Opéra, Madeleine and Saint-Lazare train station, in the heart of Paris’ shopping district, and within a 5 minute walk to Printemps and Galeries Lafayette.
ESPACE VOCATION HAUSSMANN SAINT-LAZARE offers 15 conference rooms. All of our rooms have been gut renovated and enjoy a wealth of natural light, have air-conditioning and soundproof windows. The variety of our rooms will allow you to organize seminars, conferences, meetings, and training sessions. You can host up to 180 seated in the same room.
Located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, between the French national library and the business district, our hotel is a stone's throw from the Porte d'Ivry (line 7) and Olympiades (line 14) metro stations.
Rooms are air conditioned and spacious, and equipped with satellite television, a bathroom, hairdryer and safe. 24-hour reception with very welcoming staff.
The hotel was fully renovated in 2020 and became Le Drip’s. The idea was to build the hotel around Marseille Street art.
A different artist - Heng, Balder, Remy Uno, Francois Begnez & JBC - was assigned and worked on a specific floor.
Come and enjoy their arty worlds.You can have a drink or enjoy one of our homemade dishes and admire the various pieces of art made onsite by Balder, Heng, Fred Calmets, Tchad or Jaw.
Get lost in the hotel and take a look at the magnificent 18-meter fresco made by François Begnez or Ipin’s beautiful work.
Dire and Mademoiselle Maurice worked together to create another masterpiece on the exterior of the hotel